Typescript letter from Desmond Ryan to William O'Brien informing him he wrote the 'Irish Press' article in haste, discussing Irish political literature, informing him he will one day re-write the James Connolly book and mentioning having met [Cathal] O'Shannon and "J. S. Clarke" recently in London,
1931 Oct. 08.
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|Main Creator:||Ryan, Desmond, 1893-1964|
Ryan writes a comment James Connolly once made regarding England "Sometimes I think Connolly summed it all up when he said that ruling by fooling is the greatest of British arts".
Letter is written on "15, Kempshott Road, / Streatham Common, / S. W. 16." headed paper. Includes annotations at bottom of letter.
Physical description: 1 item (4 pages).